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JANE CLIFTON: A Time for Impossible Things

Jane Clifton
Fri, 14 Aug 2020

JANE CLIFTON: A Time for Impossible Things
Jane Clifton
Fri, 14 Aug 2020
“Sorry, democracy: please stay on the line. Your call is important to us, but you’re no longer first in the queue.”Whatever alert level one finds oneself in over the coming weeks, it’d pay to practice the Red Queen’s advice from Alice in Wonderland: believing six impossible things before breakfast time. A good Impossible Thing to start with might be the one from our own blue queen, National’s leader Judith Collins, who called for the election to be postponed till next year. It sounded ludicrously se...

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